This email has nothing to do with standing on train platforms.
This email has everything to do with the worst toilet in Scotland.
Ask yourself one question: can you handle 75 minutes of the most nitty, gritty immersive theatre in London?
A production set to echo the temper, the violence and the controversy of the famous novel by Irvine Welsh, Trainspotting Live is in-your-face theatre that promises, as they put it, 'a ride you won't soon forget'.
Based on the story of Mark Renton and his friends through the drug-fuelled scene of Edinburgh in the 1980s, this on-stage adaptation found at The Vaults underneath Waterloo station deals with the turmoil, and testing moments of a group of young people caught up in more hard times than you've had hot dinners. As Mark Renton himself says: 'One thousand years from now, there'll be no guys and no girls, just w*nkers'.
There's nudity. There's violence. And as you can tell, there's very strong language.
Trainspotting Live can be found at The Vaults in Waterloo on Launcelot Street, SE1 7AD. Tickets are £25 and are available via the link below.